Sri Lanka lifts temporary ban on some Fonterra products

Sun, 12 Oct 2014

By Suze Metherell Oct. 13 (BusinessDesk) - Fonterra Cooperative Group says Sri Lankan health officials have lifted a temporary ban on some of it Anchor milk products, after testing showed the powder was safe. Last week, Sri Lanka's Ministry of Health suspended the sale of three batches of 400 gram Anchor full cream milk powder after recieving complaints children who had consumed the product had become ill. Further testing has since cleared the milk powder as the cause of the illness, the Auckland-based company said in a statement. "We...

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